Jobster Reviews – Legit or Scam?
from 13 reviews Review It is a job finding database that is free for all job seekers to use. All you need to get started is to create a profile and add a resume.

Jobster acts as a job aggregate website, collecting job openings from all over the internet. They also allow companies to register openings specifically with them or to pay to feature their openings.

Once you create your own personal profile, Jobster will try to match you with relevant job postings based on the tags and categories you’ve included.

Unlike other jobs boards, Jobster claims to have the networking ability to link you with potential employers or others in your industry.

Finally, Jobster offers analytical tools and articles to chart your job search and potentially improve your chances of getting a job.

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Average Rating for " Jobster " is 1.08 out of 5 based on 13 reviews.
  • I have requested over and over for them to stop sending me text messages emails and they continue to send me harassing spam text messages
  • Very sketchy. Call came in as a local number. I created the profile accidentally trying to apply to something online, and when I realized I wasn't on the direct site, I backtracked and submitted an app through the company directly.

    The next morning I received a call asking to complete my profile, and after I confirmed my zip, they started asking questions from the app. I interrupted and tried to explain that I had already completely the application directly, and the woman on the other end paused, and then said "Uh, okay, uh I can understand that, but..." And then proceeded to hang up on me.
  • Pushing to sell me higher education... already have a degree. Phone number on call showed up as a local call, then they proceeded to ask me what the weather was like where I am. Not sure I was actually talking to a person, whenever I would ask a question there was a delay before the answer and a let me clarify answer.
  • Do not sign up. Alerts feed job e-mails not associated with your criteria. You might as well go to classified. Received a call from a "career development specialist" asking questions about education goals. By question #5, when I answered that I was not interested in education opportunities, the caller said thanks, and hung up.

  • Do not use. My phone number was sold to telemarketing. Still getting calls for higher education. Already have a degree. Had to block.
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